videlicet (adv.)
[pron: vi'deliset] namely
AYL IV.i.87[Rosalind as Ganymede to Orlando] there was not any man died in his own person, videlicit, in a love-cause
Ham II.i.61[Polonius to Reynaldo,of Laertes] 'I saw him enter such a house of sale', / Videlicet, a brothel
LLL IV.i.71[Boyet reading aloud Armado's letter] Veni, vidi, vici ... videlicet, he came, see, and overcame
MND V.i.315[Demetrius to all, of Flute as Thisbe] And thus she means, videlicet
MW I.i.130[Evans to all] Master Page, fidelicet Master Page
TNK V.ii.33[Doctor to Wooer, of the Daughter] if you perceive / Her mood inclining that way that I spoke of, / Videlicet, the way of flesh
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